For class I'm doing a powerpoint on gun control. I will try to be even-handed and present both sides fairly, because I believe that the facts speak for themselves. I do have a few questions though. 1. Are hollow-points more deadly? There seems to be a lot of people who think so, and I'm not exactly sure if it's true, but I lean towards no. 2. Does anyone have a picture of a "normal" looking hunting rifle, with a picture of the same rifle made to look more like an ar-15, or something covered under the AWB? 3. Also, have privately owned firearms ever successfully stopped a genocide anywhere in the world? 4. Are there any false pro-gun claims I can throw in there to balance it out? My goal will be to portray gun owners as responsible, law-abiding citizens whom for most guns are simply a hobby (such as myself), or people such as store owners in need of protection from robberies and the like. Which is generally true.